IPS board OKs pay raises

The Indianapolis Public School Board unanimously approved pay raises for several administrators on Tuesday, despite looming
budget cuts. Superintendent Eugene White will receive a 3-percent pay raise despite opposition from critics who say it sends
the wrong message. IPS, the state’s largest school district, faces $25 million in cuts next year.
 

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